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How to Find Your Router’s IP Address on a Mac (As Well as How to Access Your Router)

Written by Novak Bozovic
Last updated June 20, 2021

We're sure you're trying to find a way to edit your router's settings by accessing its admin console. Perhaps you want to change the name of your home Wi-Fi network or change its password. To do that, you need to know the IP address of your home router. So, let's teach you how to find your router's IP on a Mac.

These 5 Easy Steps Will Help You Find a Router IP on macOS

For this purpose, we need to dive into your computer’s System Preferences. Don’t worry, this process is incredibly simple. Let’s dive right in.

macOS System Preferences
macOS Network Section of System Preferences
Finding Router IP on Mac

And Then, Here's How to Access Your Router's Admin Panel on a Mac

Now that you know how to find your router's IP, it's time to show you how to access its admin panel (which lets you make all kinds of changes to your network). Go through the following steps.

Accessing Router Admin Panel on macOS
Editing Router Settings on MacOS

As you can see, it's easy to find your router's IP on a Mac. However, if you're facing any issues or have any questions, don't forget to post your comment below. And lastly, thanks for reading!



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